Welcome to the 2nd week of December! We have officially one more week of school left before the winter break! It is amazing how time flies at this time of the year!
Please remember our two very important days this week. THURSDAY is when your child's Native Indian project is DUE and FRIDAY is when you can come at 12:30pm to view our Native Indian Exhibit!!!! We will have their project and essay displayed on table and our expert (your kids) share what they have done. You can walk around our class and also other classes in the hall to view and ask them questions! We'll have some "horderves" (nothing fancy). I hope to see you guys here.
Next week is our last week of school before break. Please mark on your calendars that next MONDAY, 12/17 from 1:30-2:45 is our Holiday party. Please note the changes from 12:30 to 1:30, I apologize for this mistake. I told Ms. Walden that it was from 12:30 to 2:30, then realized that we were still having pathways. So please make the change to 1:30pm to 2:45 pm! More fun with plays, potluck (make a family recipe/dish if you like), and we will end with a slideshow. Our kids and I look forward to having you at our party! I will update more information next Monday about the rest of the week!
What We are Learning This Week
Reading: Author's Point of View (going to be giving reading level test and the 1 minute test, please ask your child to read aloud at home this week for homework and also speed read for a minute.)
Writing: We are wrapping up on Native Indian Essay. We can't wait to show you at our exhibit this Friday!
ELA: Adjectives / pronouns
Math: Using Multiplication to Divide: Division Facts
History: Native Indians Regions/Tribes
Graded spelling and math Unit 1 test
Spelling #7 Packet / View Spelling List on Weebly
Monday: Science with Mr. Selvig
Tuesday: Science with Mr. Selvig
Wednesday: Science with Mr. Selvig
Thursday: ACES / LIT with Ms. Thomas (Media Center)
Friday: No Quest
MRS. JULIE TSAI, M.Ed.
3rd Grade Teacher/Silver City Elementary
(678) 965-5020 (Ext.350350)
"It's all good!" ~Mrs. Tsai
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